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‘God’s Love, Our Wings’: First ever Christian airline caters to churches, missionaries

A Texas non-profit has been granted permission from the Federal Aviation Authority (FAA) to launch a brand-new airline which will cater exclusively to Christian missionaries. “Judah 1” plans to operate out of North Texas Regional ...

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Pearl Harbor, General MacArthur and the rhyme of history

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I was born December 5, 1941, two days before the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor that brought the United States into the Second World War. Many years later I could hardly believe ...

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How the Gospel reached the brutal Amazon “Skull Splitters” tribe

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The warriors from the Skull Splitter tribe walked 10 days on foot from a village deep in the Amazon jungle because they wanted to find someone who would tell them about the ...

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Three Kansas City area Thai restaurants get approval as ‘authentic’

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Ever been to a foreign country or heard missionaries talk of other cultures? Often times, in addition to the local people, the thing that impresses missionaries and most people when they travel ...

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Christian hostages welcomed home by President Trump

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After years in a North Korean prison, three hostages found their freedom as the Christian American men were greeted by President Donald Trump beneath a giant American flag after they returned home ...

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Young missionaries open business to serve people

Going to the nations so that the nations will come to you. That’s the mission behind the newly owned Zion Hostel and Cafe. It’s located in the heart of Chiang Mai, Thailand, ...

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